These 5 female bloggers are crushing it! They all have something in common that is making them extremely successful in the blogging world.
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A lot of us, women, have this amazing ability to express our feelings and creativity through words that truly connect with others. It’s in our nature, it’s part of who we are.
When I started blogging, it was just a hobby. It was something that I did for myself more than I did for anyone else.
Later on, by watching other bloggers and finding the help I needed on their website, I realized blogging could mean a whole lot more than just a creative outlet for myself.
The words you write as a blogger, have the power to do amazing things. They have the power to solve rough situations, transform hearts, and change lives. When I realized that, I started writing with my reader in mind. Not myself.
Today, I want to share 5 examples of female bloggers who do just that. They write from the inside, words that have been transforming hearts and changing lives.
This is a HUGE part of what makes them successful!
Of course, there’s all the hard work, the hours behind the screen, the late nights working on new ideas. There are the tech issues or the new strategies that take a lot of time to be implemented. There’s all the behind the scenes stuff that no one sees.
But there’s also the good heart behind it all! There’s the desire to make change happen and to help others.
Let’s take a look at 5 female bloggers who are crushing it and why
I found Abby Lawson when I was reading a roundup post of successful bloggers that were making 6 figures online. I went to her blog and browsed through several pages and posts. I liked the way she wrote and how genuine she sounded, so I kept following her.
Not only that, but her course helped me see blogging through a different set of lens. It helped me see the beauty, the friendships that can be made along the way, the sense of community, of helping each other through the journey.
Abby writes about decor, organization, and blogging. She posts beautiful pictures of flawless spaces. I just can’t get enough of her photos!
If you’re just starting out as a blogger, she has this amazing FREE 10-Day Blogging Quickstart course.
Rosemarie used to live paycheck to paycheck until she took a leap of faith and invested hundreds of dollars in EBA (Elite Blogging Academy) and started her own blog. She put her mind to it and decided that she would make it in the blogging world.
She worked as hard as someone can humanly work (having kids and other priorities), and after 9 months, she was making a full-time income from blogging.
She helps people get their life organized, spend less, and live better. She shares practical tips that can easily be applied to your daily life to help you stress less and be smarter!
I love her blog and anyone can easily understand why she’s so successful. She helps people, through her amazing content.
Brittany is a fierce woman of God, who helps other women grow in their relationship with God, have a strong faith and close family.
Her blog is filled with encouragement and resources for women. She addresses issues that several women have to live with and have no idea of how to deal with them.
I don’t remember exactly how I found Amber’s website, but I believe it was through a Facebook group for bloggers that we’re both a part of.
I remember I was impressed when I found her website and I couldn’t stop reading her posts, especially the one where she talks about developing Godly character as a mom. It spoke so strongly to me that I reread it several times.
Amber is a busy homeschooling mom of 7 kids! Not only does she manage to take care of her home, kids, homeschool them, but she also manages to write those amazing, encouraging, and uplifting posts for her blog.
She has a heart for helping people find joy in everyday living.
She just wrote a book to help other Homeschooling moms learn how to juggle her priorities and run things more efficiently in the home. You can find The Homeschooling Housewife here.
Laura is a Culinary School Graduate, like me. She writes about healthy eating and authentic living. She’s so true and real that she made a huge impact on my life.
I don’t think she has any idea of that!
But a couple months ago, when I started studying more about blogging and learning how to monetize my blog, we crossed paths. She was in a private Facebook group that I was in and we exchanged a couple messages and blogging tips.
I started following her blog and reading her posts. Then, soon she started The Messy Life Podcast. I started listening to it, and I couldn’t believe how real she is! She really opens herself up and tells the raw truth about her life, so that she can help other people who are going through similar things. She brings up all those majorly important topics in a really lighthearted way.
She has inspired me to be more real and authentic in my writing, even when I’m afraid of what others will think or say. It’s a huge challenge for me to open up in a vulnerable way, but guess we’ll see where this will take me!
Have you noticed the one factor all these female bloggers have in common?
All of them are helping people. They all have helped me in some way, and they have helped thousands of other readers.
To be successful as a blogger, you need to put yourself out there and be intentional about helping others. When your words bring true change to people’s lives, they are going to want to follow you wherever you go!When you write words that transform, you create a true connection with people.Click To Tweet
I hope this post has given you a fresh perspective on the blogging world, just like all these women have helped give me one!
I hope you’re inspired to write posts that change lives! And I hope my words can at least bring a small change.
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